The camera itself is a departure from previous D-Link cameras in that it is black, and a shiny black at that. I guess this comes down to personal preference, but I tend to prefer white or a low gloss finish so fingerprints are not as noticeable.
On the front there are two PIR sensors hidden behind the panel at the bottom of the cam, the microphone is mounted at the top, and just below that is the light sensor. Centered in the assembly is the glass lens and around that are the IR LED's. My photo is on the left, while a detailed diagram from D-Link is shown on the right.
Viewing the camera from the back you will see the WPS button and a reset button. On the left hand side you have the microSD card slot and on the bottom there is a micro USB port to power the unit. Finally the speaker is ported through the rear of the unit.
The side view shows the microSD card slot again but also emphasizes the girth of this camera. It really is fairly big and feels substantial. Again, a detailed diagram from D-Link accompanies my photo.
The base of the camera has a twist off section that allows you to mount this to whatever surface you choose. Once mounted the camera can easily be rotated to get the lens aligned with the horizon. Overall the components appear to be made of quality parts and feel like they are well made and well thought out.